People all over the world are catching on to the joys of dry herb vaping. And why not? Vaping provides several easy-to-quantify advantages over smoking weed that make it a common sense alternative for those who are health conscious, or who just want to have a more satisfying experience.
There is a mountain of scientific evidence confirming that dry vaping of herbs does not pose an existential health hazard either to the vaper or to others. But, while those of us at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver might understand that, and most of our customers understand that, there is still a significant portion of the population who are either woefully misinformed about vaping, are opposed to any type of cannabis use, or are wary of any activity that even remotely resembles smoking.
People who are new to vaping sometimes get lost in contradictory information. For instance, some articles out there state there are only two kinds of vaping devices: “portable” and “tabletop”. Other articles also state there are only two kinds of vaporizers, except they state the two types are “dab pens” and “dry herb vaporizers”. So who is right? Well, they both are. Sort of.
We’ve all been through a lot in the past couple of years from lockdowns, political unrest, and a steep economic downturn followed by record inflation. So, if some people are having trouble getting to sleep it’s understandable. And, of course, there are other reasons that contribute to sleeplessness including illness and career-related stress. There are lots of sedatives on the market that will induce unconsciousness and plenty of doctors are ready to prescribe them. But is there a better way? In this post, the team at the 710 Pipes online head shop examines whether dry herb vaping is the sleep aid you’ve been looking for.
If you want to start a lively discussion among your peers at the vape shop in Denver just ask them what is the optimal temperature at which to vape weed. Opinions will start flying in every direction with preferred temperatures ranging from 320 degrees (F) to nearly 450 degrees. But who is right in such a case? Well, to a certain extent they all are, because the different temperatures tend to produce different effects and not everyone is after the same effects when they vape weed.
Anyone who works in a vape shop has to deal with questions about the differences between desktop and portable vaporizers all the time. In particular, people want to know if there’s a significant difference in functionality between the two or if the differences are mainly cosmetic. In this post, we’re going to compare how each type of unit performs similar functions, whether one is objectively better than the other and what are the pros and cons of each type of device.
So some of your friends have started to buy vaporizers. Or maybe you’ve heard through the grapevine that they have loads of benefits over smoking.
Whether you’re questioning the safety of putting so much smoke in your lungs or you want to save money, it’s time to make the switch.
But even when you want to do something, it can be hard to build up the motivation to actually do it. And don’t stoners know that better than anyone else!
Lucky for you, we’ve put together some tips on how to have a smooth transition from smoking to vaporizing. Head over to your favorite
Dry herb vaporizers are pieces of equipment. And like all pieces of equipment, they need to be properly maintained in order to do their job the way they were designed to. If you’ve had one for a while, or just brought one home from the vape shop and are wondering about how you keep vaporizer devices clean, fear not. We put our heads together and came up with the following guide that will remove all the mystery and trepidation from cleaning your dry herb vaporizer.